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Much of the existing e-government research focuses on developed countries. Although a relatively small number of studies explored Arab e-government development, they did so in a single country context. This article provides an insight into the current state of Arab e-government developments. A...
With the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs), e-government has emerged as an effective means of delivering government services to citizens. In the recent past, e-government has become popular in many economically developing countries, yet there are numerous attempts...
Like the evaluation of all other information systems initiatives, the evaluation of e-government in both theory and practice has proven to be important and complex. The complexity of evaluation is mostly due to the multiple perspectives involved, the difficulties of quantifying benefits, and the...
This article demonstrates the importance of collaboration between government departments as a backbone for interorganizational integration between agencies. It argues that the challenges related to information technology adoption in developing countries can be partially attributed to the lack of...
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